You must wear a suit TO an interview vs "You must wear a suit FOR an interview"?
In the sentence-> You must wear a suit to an interviewshouldn't the **to** be replaced by **for**? Or what's the difference between these two here?
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Either one is fine: “to an interview” is another way of saying “to go to an interview”.
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